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August 11, 2005

Albany- If you love country music, you probably wake up each morning to the Southwest Georgia hometown morning show on B-100.

The man behind the show is Ray Fox and with more than 20 years of experience he is dishing it out to the fans with straight talk and his love of country music. Music, laughter, trivia and more are apart of his show.

Fox grew up in Donalsonville, Georgia and has remained in the South. Although he didn't go to College, he started working in the radio broadcasting field at 17.

Fox says that he "Recommends that anyone interested in becoming a radio deejay should go to school and learn all that they can about the field."

You can catch Ray Fox each and every morning on WOBB, B-100.

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